June 1-3 at The Phoenician Resort & Spa, Scottsdale, Arizona
Lingering macroeconomic malaise and unimaginable natural disasters have had deep and lasting effects on supply chains recently—making increased efficiency and agility more important than ever. The Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference provides a unique opportunity to collaborate and connect with the world's leading supply chain executives, all in one place at one time.
Targeted role-based tracks will deliver all the insight and information supply chain executives need to make the right decisions for their organization.
Supply Chain Strategy
Supply Chain Planning
Sourcing and Procurement
Distribution and Logistics
Supply Chain IT
In addition to these comprehensive tracks, the Agenda also features several special sessions providing opportunities to learn from and interact with Gartner analysts, industry experts and peers, and top solution providers:
Case Study Sessions & Panels
Analyst One-on-Ones Analyst-User Roundtables
Solution Provider Sessions
Supply Chain Executive Peer Forum (May 31 – June 1, preceding the Conference)
Gartner will host an award dinner on Wednesday, June 1, to announce the annual Gartner Supply Chain Top 25. During this dinner, Gartner will identify the companies that best exemplify successful transformation in today's supply chain.
For complete event details, please visit the Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference Web site at www.gartner.com/us/supplychain.
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